Catholic News Headlines May 30, 2011


May. 29, 7pm—May. 30, 7pm

Catholic News Agency

Share this article on Facebook Crisis of ‘indifference’ shows need for New Evangelization, Pope says – Vatican City, May 30, 2011 / 10:47 am ( CNA/EWTN News ).- Pope Benedict stressed the urgency of evangelizing modern society, saying that Christians today face the task

Share this article on Facebook Father John Haney receives pastor award from NCEA – Pittsburgh, Pa., May 30, 2011 / 01:07 pm ( CNA ).- Father John Haney, administrator of St. Gabriel of the Sorrowful Virgin Parish and School in Whitehall, Pa. and pastor

Share this article on Facebook Maltese voters opt for legal divorce in national referendum – Valetta, Malta, May 29, 2011 / 10:06 pm ( CNA/EWTN News ).- Citizens of the island of Malta have voted to legalize divorce, making a choice that the country’s Catholic

Catholic Online > U.S. News

Share this article on Facebook Memorial Day: Chaplains – A Reminder that We Are One Nation Under God – The work of our chaplains extends much farther than the post chapel. They labor on land, at sea and in the air. …

Share this article on Facebook Memorial Day: A Catholic Understanding of Freedom and its Cost – Why are human beings willing to fight and die for freedom? As Americans, this Memorial Day we will remember those …

CBCP News – Diocesan News

Share this article on Facebook Cha-Cha consultations start in Mindanao – CAGAYAN DE ORO City, May 30, 2011—The House of Representative’s Committee on Constitutional Amendments has started its series of consultations in Mindanao on charter

Share this article on Facebook Federalism pushed to solve Mindanao conflict – GINGOOG City, May 30, 2011—Members of the House Committee on Constitutional Amendments have agreed that the federal form of government is ripe for implementation in the

Faith and Family Live!

Share this article on Facebook A Letter to Me – Lauren Warner: What advice would you give your younger self? | My Mom is good at presents. She gives heartfelt ones and puts thought into them — always assigning meaning

Share this article on Facebook Amazing Disappearing Casserole – DariaSockey: | I am not a gourmet cook. When it comes to cooking, I mainly excel at coming up with meals that are: 1. cheap and/or 2. thrown together from whatever

Share this article on Facebook Leisure or Laziness? – Lisa Hendey: Golf, gaming, shopping…Do pastimes equate to spiritual slacking? | Yesterday, we welcomed a new contributor over at CatholicMom.com who will be joining us

Share this article on Facebook On Memorial Day – Rebecca Teti: | Enjoy your holiday today, everyone! Here’s a post from a previous Memorial Day I’m partially reprising because the priest’s advice just sticks with me: I

Share this article on Facebook Parenting Pointers – Danielle Bean: Coffee Talk: Parenting | (Join each day’s Coffee Talk discussion: Mon: Parenting; Tues: Open Forum; Wed: NFP; Thu: Marriage; Fri: Education; Sat/Sun:

JIMMY AKIN.ORG

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LifeNews.com

Share this article on Facebook California Pro-Lifers Try to Stop Redwood City Planned Parenthood – Pro-life advocates in the Bay area are working to stop the Planned Parenthood abortion business from opening up a new center in Redwood City, that the city government

Share this article on Facebook Congressman Chris Smith: Replace Obama With Pro-Life President – Congressman Chris Smith, the head of the pro-life caucus of lawmakers in the House of Representatives, says voters must replace pro-abortion President Barack Obama with

Share this article on Facebook France to Keep Strong Limits on Embryonic Stem Cell Research – France is poised to maintain its very strict limitations on ESCR. From the Reuters story: France looked  set on Thursday to maintain its curbs on human embryonic stem

Share this article on Facebook John Stamos to Join Beach Boys at Terri Schiavo Foundation Concert – Actor, musician and “Full House” star John Stamos will join The Beach Boys during their June 12 performance for a benefit show supporting The Terri Schiavo Life & Hope

Share this article on Facebook Pepsi Ignores Criticism on Use of Aborted Cells in Research – PepsiCo is ignoring criticism from pro-life advocates upset that the company contracts with a research firm that uses fetal cells from babies victimized by abortions to

Share this article on Facebook Philippines Senate Debates RH and Pro-Life Bills Next Week – The Philippines Senate will debate two bills next week that touch on abortion issues as the Catholic Church and leading pro-life advocates continue opposing the RH bill

Share this article on Facebook Texas Senate Moves Closer to De-Funding Planned Parenthood – The Texas state Senate, over the weekend, moved the state one step closer to de-funding the Planned Parenthood abortion business and now the attention of pro-life

Share this article on Facebook When Tapes Show Sex Abuse Coverups, Abortion Agenda Becomes Clear – Multiple Planned Parenthood and National Abortion Federation clinics across the country including five in Alaska were targeted as part of a nationwide phone survey that

New Liturgical Movement

Share this article on Facebook Contemporary Ecclesiastical Caricatures from France – I recently ran across the following contemporary ecclesiastical caricatures by Jehanne Petiau which were designed and created for the newsletter of the Eglise

Share this article on Facebook Roman Conference on Summorum Pontificum – Day 2 – The second day of the recent conference on the motu proprio Summorum Pontificum was dedicated to a series of eight talks given in the Aula Minor of the Pontifical

Share this article on Facebook Three Curious Litanies for Rogation Days in the Old Use of Paris – Petite, et accipietis: quærite, et invenietis: pulsate, et aperietur vobis. As everyone knows, the rogations are processions of supplication and penitence first

Steve Ray

Share this article on Facebook Steve Ray – St. Paul Center Pilgrimage Day 6 – Gethsemane for Mass, Western Wall, Church of Dormition, Upper Room, Panoramic view of Jerusalem, Visitation, Dr. Hahn’s talk. See the video HERE

Share this article on Facebook Steve Ray – St. Paul Center Pilgrimage Day 7, Part 1 – Walking the Way of the Cross with Our Lord See the video HERE

The Anchoress

Share this article on Facebook A Catholic Hymn I’d like Back, Please – I awoke this morning with this in my head, and it’s been an earworm all day: Accept, Almighty Father This gift of bread and wine Which now your priest does offer To You

Share this article on Facebook We Wish We Were, Anyway! – Over at Summa This, Summa That , which I have nicknamed The Summablog — and which will soon have its own twitter account — I use my neat new format to prove Rick Rice’s

What Does The Prayer Really Say?

Share this article on Facebook 30 May: St. Joan of Arc – It is another kind of “memorial day” today… as is every day on the Roman calendar.  In the older, traditional calendar today using the Missale Romanum is a Rogation Day

Share this article on Facebook A look at the posture and manner of receiving Holy Communion – From the website of the newspaper the Catholic Herald of the Diocese of Madison, where H.E. Most Rev. Robert Morlino reigns, comes this piece about the manner of

Share this article on Facebook Blistering analysis of implementation of Pope Benedict’s vision for sacred music – It has been said that Pope Benedict has been reigning but not ruling. Sandro Magister has an analysis piece at his place, Chiesa, about something which touches the the

Share this article on Facebook Houston: dedication of new Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham – I read at the site Ordinarite Portal, for the Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham set up under the provisions of Anglicanorum coetibus – Benedict XVI is the Pope of

Share this article on Facebook Just say no to liturgical dance – With a tip of the biretta  o{]:¬) to Patrick Madrid, I share this from Stephen Colbert, as an exemplification of just how ridiculous liturgical dance really is. Not “can

Share this article on Facebook QUAERITUR: Rogation Days (reason #746 for Summorum Pontificum) – Rogation Days were on the traditional Roman calendar for 25 April (Major Rogation Day) and the three days before Ascension THURSDAY (Minor). “Rogation” comes from rogo

Share this article on Facebook Support Bishop Finn: proposal for prayers, penance against the attacks of Hell. – Again, in regard to the dust up in the Diocese of Kansas City -St. Joseph, over at SERVIAM there is a very good proposal, couched in the no-nonsense language we like

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